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If you’re already scouring the internet wondering what to get your mom for Mother’s Day, consider the search over! This KitchenAid mixing bowl is the perfect accompaniment to your mom’s stand mixer in a practical sense and, considering it features a watercolor flowers design, it’ll look amazing, too.
Instead of the usual stainless steel mixing bowl that comes standard with a KitchenAid mixer, this bowl is ceramic, so yes — it’s extra fancy. As if that wasn’t enough, the white ceramic is painted with the most beautiful blue watercolor flowers. For the mom who loves to bake, this is an extra special, extra thoughtful gift.
Just look at how pretty it is:
This bowl holds 5 quarts and is safe to put in the microwave, oven, freezer or dishwasher, so it’ll be able to meet a baker’s every need. It’s retailing for $79.95 on the Williams-Sonoma website.
And if the blue flowers aren’t the right fit for your mom’s kitchen decor (or you’d like to purchase a similar option for yourself!), there’s one other ceramic bowl design you’ll want to check out. This one features a bold, tropical leaf pattern that is absolutely stunning:
It’ll pair well with a variety of stand mixer colors and is sure to add some fun to any kitchen! It also retails for $79.95 on the Williams-Sonoma website.
If your mom (or whoever you’re shopping for) doesn’t already have a stand mixer, these beautiful bowls might just convince you to invest in one of these machines.
You can find a KitchenAid 5-quart stand mixer on Amazon for $279:
These mixers are quite the investment, considering they make baking more convenient than ever. So if you’d like even more homemade treats from mom come holiday season this year — you can’t beat a mixer/ceramic bowl combo as a gift. Because what more incentive could someone possibly need to start making treats?